Tsukuba Technical Promotions (Pvt) Limited

We take pride in being the first Government approved sending organization in Sri Lanka incorporated in year 2005 (SLBFE License number 2518). Our aim is to train Sri Lankan youth in Japan to acquire advanced technology skills. After returning home, they will be able to use their knowledge and skills to raise their standard of living. Technical trainees are sent to various fields such as computer technology, electronics, agriculture, and metal industries. More than 170 trainees have completed training and returned to Sri Lanka up to now.

There are many training programs in Japan, and a selection can be made from a variety of occupations. Previously, trainees were limited to men, but we are currently considering offering this opportunity to female technical trainees who will be trained in agriculture, electronics, and health care. Our goal is to send over 5000 trainees to Japan. This can be expected to increase employment opportunities after their return.

Our office comprises of well trained Japanese and local staff who are university qualified. We train our students on Japanese language , Japanese methods and their lifestyle and physical fitness required for employment. We maintain close relationship between Sri Lanka and Japan.

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Our Process

Trainees

Sending Organization

Tsukuba Technical Training Center Sri Lanka

Documents

Accepting Organization

Nipon Technology Promotion Corporative Japan

Employment agreement

Sending Organization

Tsukuba Technical Training Center Sri Lanka

Employment agreement

Foreign Employment Bureau

Immigration dept. Japan

Accepting Organization

Nippon technology promotion cooperative - Japan


Submission

Processing in Japan (Government procedures)

Eligibility doc.

Sending Organization

Tsukuba Technical Training Center Sri Lanka

Submit docs

Japanese Embassy in Colombo


Visa

Foreign Employment Bureau

Start of Trainning

Accepting Organization

Nippon technology promotion cooperative - Japan

Employer - training 3 + 2 years

Back to Sri Lanka

Start work with the previous employer

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